A WLAN networking device by Apple Computer. It is based on Wi-Fi standards ( IEEE 802.11b) and is compatible with other 802.11b devices. Similar devices from Apple Computer that are based on the IEEE 802.11g specification are called AirPort Extreme.
- Alan Turing
1912(b)-1954(d). English mathematician, logician and philosopher who made important advancements in the field of computer theory and who contributed important logical analyses of computer processes. During WWII, Turing served in the cryptanalytic headquarters at the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, where he was largely responsible for breaking the German Enigma military […]
In business since 1996, Alienware is a manufacturer of high-performance desktop, notebook, media and professional computing systems. Alienware has become a popular choice for those looking to build computer gaming systems and also offers its customers unique case designs and trendy system series names like Aurora and Area-51.
- All-to-all broadcast
In distributed computing, AAB or All-to-all broadcast is the process where every node broadcasts its information to all other nodes.
1. A protocol for satellite and terrestrial radio transmissions. In pure Aloha, a user can transmit at any time but risks collisions with other users’ messages. “Slotted Aloha” reduces the chance of collisions by dividing the channel into time slots and requiring that the user send only at the beginning of a time slot. Aloha […]